Adrianne Wilson Joergensen is a Master of Architecture Candidate (2013), Graduate Teaching Assistant and 2012 recipient of the Nancy Gislason Award at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Architecture.
Before pursuing her degree in architecture, Joergensen had a decade-long career in graphic design and marketing. She brings her entrepreneurial background and interest in surface design to her architectural practice. Her Bachelor of Arts in graphic design is from the North Carolina State University College of Design (1999). She is originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
UrbanLab, Chicago, IL, US, Architectural Intern
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, US, MArch, Master of Architecture
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, US, Bachelors, Bachelor of Graphic Design
ThinkSpace 2012 International Competition: Past Forward, Honorable Mention
For team entry "InterEmbrace", a re-envisioning of the Yokohama Port Terminal. Juried by Alejandro Zaera-Polo. With Lulwah Alzaid, Matthew Messner and Evgeniya Plotnikova.
UIC School of Architecture 2012 Year End Show: Nancy Gislason Award, Honorable Mention
For "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood"